Relief funds ticketed by school district

WOODSVILLE—Haverhill schools will receive over $2 million in coronavirus relief funds that officials say will be used to improve conditions for student physical and mental health.
Priority projects targeted for completion this fall are an improved ventilation system in the Woodville High School cafeteria and gymnasium and window replacements, which were trimmed from the building renovations project undertaken a couple of years ago. The projects will be paid by funding received through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief, or ESSER, funds.